“My opinion of Carlos as king has changed and I don’t think Camila had to be queen”: how “The Crown” can damage the image of the monarchy among young people

  • Sean Coughlan and Daniel Rosney
  • BBC

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Elizabeth Debicki plays Princess Diana in the 5th. season of “The Crown”.

The British monarchy has been in the news again in recent days, after the premiere of the fifth season of The Crown on the Netflix platform.

Younger views of the monarchy, with no first-hand memories of the 1990s, are likely to be “strongly influenced” by its dramatization of that era The Crownanalyzes Professor Pauline Maclaran of the Center for the Study of Modern Monarchy at Royal Holloway, University of London.

“I think it’s very likely that these Netflix episodes will be taken as a quasi-documentary“, Says the monarchy expert.

“We already know that royalty is much less popular with this generation,” he adds.

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“My opinion of Carlos as king has changed and I don’t think Camila had to be queen”: how “The Crown” can damage the image of the monarchy among young people